Sussex is set to take more students than ever before when the academic year starts in mid September.
A new book by a University of Sussex social historian embraces a period of the 20th century that has often been regarded as a golden age of marriage.
Sussex is using the clearing process to admit additional students, with opportunities for well-qualified applicants in almost all subject areas.
Professor David Tal has been appointed to a new Chair in Modern Israel Studies at the University of Sussex.
The draft retake examination timetable is now available in students' Sussex Direct study timetables.
Sussex researchers are being kept up to date with the practical aspects of making their research Open Access and complying with RCUK policy.
Keith Middlemas, who died on 10 July, was Professor of History in Social Sciences from the University’s early days until his retirement in 1998.
Young footballer Nathan Green's life took a different path when an injury scuppered his chances of playing for Premiership side Liverpool.
Two Nobel Prize-winners have doubled their gold-medal tally – with a University of Sussex gold medal to add to their Nobel medal.
Changes to the autumn teaching term and to the mid-year assessment period at Sussex are to be phased in over two academic years.